5 edition of Managing public lands in the public interest found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Benjamin C. Dysart, III and Marion Clawson.|
|Series||Environmental regeneration series|
|Contributions||Dysart, Benjamin C., Clawson, Marion, 1905-|
|LC Classifications||HD156 .M329 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 144 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||144|
|LC Control Number||87038117|
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An evenhanded treatment of contentious issues, suitable for upper-division undergraduates through professionals.? With an antagonism that goes back to the very first Mormons who fled the Midwest for the Great Basin, they hold a sense of entitlement that confronts both law and democracy. Davis presents the privatizers' perspective clearly and accurately and then exposes the illogic and folly of their arguments. The book argues against those who want public lands to be transferred from the federal to state governments, seeing in those claims a Trojan Horse for eventual privatization. Nevertheless, the evidence is that none of these efforts will generate quick, dramatic payoffs.
A good book for collections on environmental policy or American politics Lehmann's discussion is self-contained, with background chapters on federal lands and management agencies, economics, and ethics, and will interest philosophers as well as public policy analysts. The book argues against those who want public lands to be transferred from the federal to state governments, seeing in those claims a Trojan Horse for eventual privatization. Unlike other recent contributions to the public lands debate, Davis does not portray himself as a neutral observer, but rather lays out an unapologetic defense of public lands Neither Congress nor the Legislature provided for additional revenues to the Agricultural College Fund following the rapid sale of the agricultural college lands. In most cases, the state land trusts came about when Congress granted lands to the states for schools.
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Download pdf, 2. Two key reforms would resolve nearly all federal land debates. Reviews "Public Lands Management in the West He resists rhetorical soapboxing, and does the hard work of laying out arguments of the opposition, examining them in light of a wealth of ecological, historical, and economic data Davis moves well beyond rhetoric to marshal an impressive amount of empirical information to make his case.
Davis makes so many good arguments for defending public lands that a review can only provide a taste of what lies between the covers of this page book. The recent standoff in my home state of Oregon is merely the latest controversy over how federal lands should be managed. With an antagonism that goes back to the very first Mormons who fled the Midwest for the Great Basin, they hold a sense of entitlement that confronts both law and democracy.
The fundamental problem, in their view, is collective ownership and its solution is privatization.
Environmental ethics believe that humans are a part of society as well as other living creatures, which includes plants and animals. The book concludes by examining the challenges public ownership faces under the Trump presidency, and it defines an agenda to advocate for public lands.
Today their cowboy confrontations threaten public lands, wild species, and American heritage. Her vision calls for an ecological wisdom that can govern our communities, both human and wild, with reverence and respect. This timely study critically examines these issues, arguing that there is no sense of "productivity" for which it is true that greater productivity is both desirable and a likely consequence of privatizing public lands or "marketizing" their management.
He makes convincing and clear arguments against privatisation from ecological, economic, political, and ethical standpoints These officers patrol lands owned or managed by the Managing public lands in the public interest book.
Product Details. A free market, they claim, directs privately owned resources to their most productive uses, and Managing public lands in the public interest book public lands would create a free market in their services. The majority of the county sheriffs in Washington have commissioned all of their local DNR officers as county deputies allowing them to act as a full authority law enforcement officer throughout the county, not only on DNR lands.
One study in Nevada and Colorado found 97 percent support for the view that public lands are essential and should be preserved for future generations.Some observers, however, argue that such criticism is largely misdirected.
The fundamental problem, in their view, is collective ownership and its solution is privatization. A free market, they claim, directs privately owned resources to their most productive uses, and privatizing public lands would create a free market in their services.
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